Recipes to Make with Your Kids to help them learn the life skill of cooking in the kitchen. Here are great starter recipes to help your kids learn how to cook.
I love letting my kids step in the kitchen and learn how to whip food up. This is a great lesson and it helps pass the time. Plus who doesn’t want help when it is time to cook?
Recipes To Make With Your Kids
1.) Blender Muffins
Here is a super quick and easy way to make homemade muffins. I share the easy recipe that you can get creative and add in other fruit or even chocolate chips and bake up.
Whip up some french toast for breakfast, lunch or even dinner. It is a tasty and crazy easy recipe to whip up. Plus you can freeze the extra for meals later on down the line.
Let your kids learn how to use the crockpot and make some shredded chicken sandwiches. Just ensure they use proper handwashing when handling raw meat.
4.) Rainbow Trash
Who doesn’t love a colorful treat? Especially when it has sweet chocolate in every bite. This is a great dessert recipe to try out and have for snacking.
Make homemade yogurt pops at home with this easy recipe. A great way to use fresh fruit in your diet and let kids have a blast waiting for the pops to freeze up.
You will just need to help with the oven portion but your children can help set up the sliders to dive in and enjoy a fun and pizza-loving dinner.
A n0 bake dessert that is loaded with chocolate, marshmallow and tasty golden grahams. Give this recipe a try for a sweet treat that your family will love.
Want a really easy cold pasta salad to try out? Here is a healthy and hearty pasta salad you can make and serve up for lunch or dinner, or a tasty side dish.
Here is another no-bake snack that will leave you feeling full and enjoying the mix of peanut butter in each bite. Whip these up for an easy snack.
10.) Homemade Pizza Sauce
Here is a great way to make your own sauce to create a homemade pizza with all your favorite toppings. A fun and tasty recipe the kids will love.
11.) Pizza Quesadilla from The Seasoned Mom
Here you can make pizza quesadillas. Great for older kids who can handle cooking on the stove. If they are younger you can let them help with parts of this recipe.
12.) Yogurt Bark from Hello Wonderful
Here is a super easy way to make your own yogurt bark. Add on all your favorite toppings and teach your kids how easy it is to make a homemade snack.
13.) No Churn Raspberry Cheesecake Ice Cream from Bake Me Some Sugar
Here you can teach them how to make homemade ice cream without a ice cream maker. Super easy, few ingredients and loaded with sweetness in every bite.
14.) Lettuce Wraps
Here is a great lettuce wrap recipe that mimics your favorite restaurant dinner. Let your kids help prep the dish and enjoy a night in with a tasty meal.
15.) Safari Trail Mix from Hodge Podge Hippie
A no bake snack mix that is great for little hands to feel like they are cooking in the kitchen. This recipe is so simple and great to snack on for days.
16.) No Work Baked Chicken from The Seasoned Mom
Teach your child how easy it is to cook chicken in the oven. They will love how easy it is, tasty and great starter recipe. If they are too little to work the stove do that portion for them.
17.) Baked Rotini from A Mind Full Mom
Here you have a fantastic baked pasta recipe. This recipe is a fantastic pasta recipe that doesn’t take a ton of work to prep and get it baking in the oven.
18.) Cucumber Chicken Salad Sandwich from Eating on A Dime
A lovely chicken salad that is great to use up leftover cooked chicken you have on hand. This is a tasty lunch, light dinner and more.
19.) English Tea Sandwiches from Preppy Kitchen
Have a tea party at home and let your kids help make their sandwiches. You have a variety of ways to make a classic tea sandwich.